The Stormtalon Gunship serves the armies of the Adeptus Astartes as both an interceptor and ground-attack craft. It is fast enough to engage all but the swiftest of enemies, and sufficiently well-armed to reduce the chosen foe to a mangle of twisted wreckage and ruined flesh. The tide of many a battle has turned with the thunderbolt descent of a Stormtalon Gunship from the war-torn skies.
The Stormtalon Gunship is a remarkably versatile and dependable craft. On the one hand you can use it as an aerial escort to protect your most valuable units on the battlefield. However, you could just as easily send it screaming across the battlefield at the vanguard of your assaults, alongside your swift ground units and vehicles, ready to plough into enemy lines. Either way, you can depend upon its ferocious firepower. Whether you point its many weapons at enemy positions on the ground or at aerial opponents, you'll find it is more than capable of obliterating the threat.
This multi-part plastic boxed set contains the components necessary to build one Space Marine Stormtalon Gunship. It can be equipped with an array of weapons including a twin-linked heavy bolter, a twin-linked assault cannon, a twin-linked lascannon, a typhoon missile launcher or a skyhammer missile launcher. It comes with a flying stem and Citadel 120mmx92mm Oval base, as well as a Space Marine Vehicle transfer sheet.
This kit can also be used to assemble the Stormhawk Interceptor.
- Manufacturer: Games Workshop
- Unit type: VehicleFlyerImperium
- Warhammer 40k faction: Black TemplarsBlood AngelsSpace MarinesDark AngelsImperial FistsIron HandsRaven GuardSalamandersSpace WolvesUltramarinesWhite ScarsGrey Knights
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